Masters Students at the Graduate School of Public Policy at Simon Fraser University are
beginning a six month project to review BC’s current approach to social policy development and examine how a social policy framework could facilitate effective policy decision-making.
The Vancouver area community boards in action project sprang out of several conversation we were having around a discussion paper put out by the Federation of Community social services called Social Policy Frameworks in Canada.
Vancouver—The most recent report by the Representative for Children and Youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, When Talk Trumps Service, A Decade of Lost Opportunity for Aboriginal Children in B.C., is a sad reminder that good
International accounting firm KPMG has published a report looking at integrating the delivery of human and social services, something we at Board Voice have been advocating for through the development of a made in BC Social Policy Framework.